Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
NOVEMBER 3, 1017 sPAGE TWELVE For thorough sanitation every nook and Eiibrioinical to no-acids, alkali, or. cans tics to harm the htinds. EIS3S FROM STAGE TO CONVENi Paris. Nov. Eve Lsvallier. j for years one of Ihe tsn'.iliar figures j of Parisian lite ind, favorite at tho Theatres DCS Vs-Idles, has left; thO'Stnso to lake the veil. -Sbejus! sold all Ihj Insurious oil her-apartment, divide 1 Ui'i' jewel's amonr her 'arid in n day 07 Uo will cuter the Or der of Carmelites. London, vXov. Sinn Vein [fered (luring llie last New Decor-illons Are Given- Airmen Show Great Paring London, Nov. 'itculer's, Ot- tawa London Oaioi o announces Ihe avrirJ of the i Cross to the late SViwei T. Crisp. 1 naval reserve of the OTurk Ke sou end the Dlslraijulihcd Conduct Medal 'to his son. i Tho foHovtins honors for services nciloii wiih suhmanc.cs ore i vftlorla Cross-Lieut. Charles Geo. Banner- 1'etty Officer Ernest 1'alcher. Tho taller was selected by Ihe Bun crew of Ihe warship to receire the 'honor. I Second Mr to DislinJuUhfd Service Capl Gordon Campbell, who lireadr has the Victoria Cross. No de- tails o'r the deeds for which Captain Caruabsll was awarded lie Viclorls. Cross or the other honor tme ever been published. rtemarkaulo stories ol daring in air flehtini ore told regarding a number of naval airmen who are Ihe re- ciplents-fjf Distinguished Service Or ders The most striking Is the record of Acting Flight Lieut. Richard Mam fie achievements arc thus re- corded- "April 4. destroyed two emeny sconls; August S, brougb an Albstross scout afire; Sept destroyed au Alcaiross scout A Stubbofrt Cough ?f'. Loosens Right Up' 10- qnlct rcialls. n few days a serious check In conse- quence of the ilenunftstion of any sort of armed rebellion by sohie promin- ent members ot the.Rouian Catholic clcgry, according to the Dublin cor- j respondent of the Daily Mail. The Tte-ti'r correspondent refers especially to a rasUr am i' Ueruion by Rev. Tbos. P. Gllmarlin, .-..I bifhop.of'cioiiferl. oJ tho eve of the Sept. IS- crashed an Albalross and drove down numerous, enemy machln es out of control and July 3, allackei parties of troops on a road from i height of 200 (eel; on August 9. h atlaeked two enemy airdromes, firin 450 rounds into the hanger from height of 400 feet. On Sept.- 20 h did excellent work In detecting an scattering troops massing for counte -The-prompt' and posili .tliis. intsiitnElve action home-niile i recent visit of J'rofessor DC- Valera to l.oushrea. cne ot the fromuient, Sinn-Fein leaders. Bishop Gitaariln declared tbal'1 a recourse to armed and the priieit circumstances liiz up ilvV- raorally, unlawfnl. lie''nsed in raore homes" than ehy otKer.i' connh.- remedy. Under 'its' -hcalinJ, atlacks, (lying Terr low. 'A This SIR Is Ib THOMAS WHITE ie man' npon whose shoul Xv'htn Prof. spokea at phliinn" loosens, breathins.. j jng to" the .correspondent, very appre- throat stops aid jj'ensiVe of--ecclesiastic -Influence and 'nroi tKl a srood-ni-hfa rcsiful slctp. .jbu lafisuise'-wia'much-more pacjflc Sinn-Fein conference.; bfoocbitis: -1" newscaaer. the Irish ness, croup, vhoopln? lifonchial asthnia or winter coushs.' lo make this splc-jidid coush syrup, -Tvour 'V. ounces of (50 rtnls 'fnlo a bottle and fill the Lottie with plaia pranulalcd ird diateiborouElilyi., You then jja.r jo family a. mucb better'oonsh ETTUD -ihan_ypn ders Ihe Canadian people have place Hie responsibility of raising nione> tor war and for tbe government o the countrj'. only has he In.dr these things but he is also making i jmssiblc for Canada to otlain plenl of war orders by raising the capita necessary to enable Canadians to fcel on credit to tho allies. At first ho borrowed abroad, then in the United Slates. Now, since these sources aro closed, he floats Canadian war loans. The Victory lor subscription today! t Owes its Comfort, Warmth and Wear to Detailed Care in the Making. i ThorougH MitTng, walking and processing of Slanlicld'swool produces IhocleanMl.toKesl.nu.'Reil ileritl that can posiibly be used lor underwear Stunfield's iccict procesi lakes the "ihrink" ol the wcol in Iho washing, before it joes lo Ida knitting Expert culterl fit Combinations and Two-piece Suits as carefully as a liilor fill a Kigli- prked suit Stanneld's Elastic In'.ct Shoulders prevent pull- ing or binding, E'-'P Stanfield'i AdjuclJjIc Sjeeperj and AdjmUble Combinations lor gnwine children ate the rnosl practical rueiit and day underwear ever designed tor the kiddies. The bullonj on Ihe wsisl permil Ireaueat adiuilminli coiiejponding to No leperale "ifaijl" is the'detachable lower part b[ Ihe garment is convenient in the smaller siiet t FAVORITE STANHELD'S FABRICS for ssd: tit erJ Tue-jn'wSito. ft fall Sample BoolK So. 32-A Kenr trfalsi Ubii liillcj Jl" l' till Iho i TRURO.N.S. riiijL! no cr-nr_ iRl STAHFIELD'S LIUITED.-. TKURO, N.S. doorMen. 17 m.r i t-iiirv mm WILL HNU Copenhagen, NOT. 3. Count George F. Von Herlllng has been appointed on Imperial German chancellor. TblsVis ted generally. ennounccd In an official statement received here from, Rerllu. Tbe Kaiser, In a letter to Dr. Jlich- ellg, the retiring tlianccllor expres- ses a desire to employ him lurlhor. In the Imucriiil service. It Is uniler- slood that Dr. will 'take over another lllijli Imperial office for which his qualifications arc admlt- It Is nnt hnown here whether lYIed- erch Tayef has yet been ap- pointed vlco chancellor or Hen Frcldberg leader of Ihe national Lib- eral parly; lias been' giVen the. post ot vice president, ot the Prussian inlnls> try, although Berlin probably Is fully Informed of the decision In their cases. "One reason why Studebaker ovm- An Important newspaper, Ihe Irish EO little trouble with their Catholic, denounces strongly Sinn ca_s ia a'ae to tne fact that the Stnde- physical force methods. taker Instruction book is prepared in adds tie .correspondent ol ibo an interesting and atliaclire fa- Diily Jlail, "the Sinn Feiners continue shion tbat It Is essy to understand inrnp uclilyi.. jjave 1G oiince5--a family n. much better oonsh ETTUD -than conlj buy rraaT-mids for 52.50. Keeps tnd children lore its plcaEint --V Pinra is a Epecitl flld MBblT-con- ct-ntrciU-d compound ui genuine plus extract and is known the', world O-CT for and csrlainty in'. overConiins EtuDDora coucts and chest colds. To avoid diEanoolntiaEiit3 TOUT drncnst for "-'A onriora of Piny? Trilh full directians, and don t accept aaj-thin" "el5e- Guaranteed to give r money orornpt- ;o preach a hot gospel of revolution they will lie denounced by th'e'church." Feeling of Disquiet. Concerning the iibliUcaj situation Ireland the Daily Mall in Us second edition to- day 92V5: beliey.e" that a f'eMag-of developed in Dublin and some country districts 5U1UU VMJJ and invites says J. E. Grady. sales manager of the Studebaker Cor poratlon, Walkejville. VIn the old d'ays there was a.root enough, escuse fot a car oivner.nol trVing to master" the advico'EiTen in Instruction books. It must be admit ted. ,that .the old-time Instruction books -were not for tie ordinary" lay- man, although every automoljlle or was given one with his car. They Vyer the Sinn Fein situation. Prof. were so bard to read and understand Valera's uieetings at Newbridge and prohibited." P. member of parliament KHdaro rlave been 'rot. De Valera is a ist Clare. as a Chinese laundry cr lob complicated and technical. Of course they we.re clear enough a T If If yoii mafeyoupcoffee in erooOE isk our r.cer for Jiiil SEAL BRAND J30FFEE The top of each can is marked as above. In 1 ancj 2 Ib. Tins; .Never sold in Bulk. 1 s gineera and experl.1 li proved just the reverse-to the ,mi who did not possess technical know- ledge. t "That Is an howere'r, which has been' jlone '.away with. The whole idea behind the writ- ing of the Stnflebaker InstnicrtrTn books for the >ast three or !onr years baa been to make their contents-eas- ily understood, even by EL man i.who did not know the difference helween a sbart plug and a carbureter. "Through onr dealers wo adylss all Sludebaker owners to read their In- struction hooks, and digest the sng- Igcstious contained In them on the op- eration and care of Studebaker cars, with Ihe Idea of getting'the greatest possible economy and efficiency. In- 'struction books are written to'be read and followed, not merely to be left lying in the car. "We have found that when'an own- er visits one of our dealers-for ser- vice, "he could hare saved himself Irouhlc by reading the aavlce.In the instruction Jiook. This la tbe case out of a hundred. The" attention asked of the dealer would not have been necessary, II the owner had read ihe Instruction book carefully, or else IP some minor form of attention ho himself could perform aa easily as the dealer." points arc d'cfiiiitely pr6veii..byHlie stupeii- dous fact that thirty different artists have stopd-beside'llie new Edisou or played ftrlinr Middletou. 'OF-CAN AD A HEAD oVFtCE TOROMTO Trust Funds The responsibility asscr- -ciated with the care and- safeguarding ol Truat Funds may be eliminated by keeping a Savings Account with this Bank. r Our: Savings Department af- r.fords every facility ior.iiand- linf truit funds, i( paid or compounded Amsterdam, Nov. "old foi" Is .Ihe sobriquet bj which Count Von Ilcrlllng la known In Bavaria, ac- cording to Ihe Berlin Tagehlait. .The descriptive name, tho r.ofipaiicr adds, was given lo the count because of the methods that bbaracterized his five and a' hslf years as Uavarlan premier. Little Is eupcclcd from Von Jforl- ling In tho direction'of Internal re- forms, the piper declares. lie al- oppoeSd parliamentarism, al- Ihoush he acted like a parliamen- tary minister. Von Herlllng has n6t felt the spirit of the. new era, the newspaper says In conclusion, hut his "philosophical Bpirlt long recognized that tills war, must end otherwise than by 'annexa- tions and the war inriemhillcs that characterized small wara Id the past. He Is pe.rnleateil.by Ihe spirit that lo 0 bring about a new order of things 1 regard to Ihd mutual relations he- ween the nations pi the world." [fllWwivth N. Branch, .Scott, Manaat, Branch THE STORE-'BIG VALUES HQRTH LETHBRIDGE iCfWISTOTMf CCOB PHDNt 789. iu -uuison Vi their i'c-createdvvoiceSJ before over people m.tlie United States-: and Canada, and over 500 newspaper .critics have stated iti their own coliimns that it is absolutely impos- sible to distinguish' the real from the re-created voice. These three points arc; lit. That the' New Edison flawlessly recreates c-jay form of music, because tbe.sc tests-havc been givco by contralto, tenors, baritones, and basso's, also by cor Jets, and baujo.4. 2nd. ffliat it 'is a genuine acid test, because the llurty artists have made these tests in rmWic include sUelirfar.totis .j stars as Marie Anna Case, Tboinas Clialcicrs, and Artiiur. Jtiddklou, whose voices, are wcllrktiowii lo the leading inniic and aiiy varifltion of quality ivo'ukl; be ird.' That tlie New VAison is tlie only nistrument thnt rc-o'cald' music so perfectly that it caiinot .bs, told from the original, localise HCV talting-inachius would dare inakc such a test. -A'. and consider sucji evidence as tliis withoiil at least r WITH A is once you have heard and compared, it with will realize tliat here is instrument you must have in yotir liouic. Wehavu two hookltU "P.dison-his lilc nnd his favorite and "What the Crilic'3 tiinl we iranl yon to (cad. Oiit telh-yotf about how l-.fcoii invented this wondcrlal-instnimenl, the other, shows; what newspaper cnlics think 6f it! Call or send for me lice. 'WE ARE- LICENSED T.O SELL THE NEW EDISON.